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-day trip to europe, he will meet with pope francis. the associated press describes it this way, in the complicated relationship between the obama administration and the catholic church, the white house sees the popular new pontiff and his emphasis on the plight of the poor as a form of moral validation on the president's economic agenda. i want to bring in washington post columnist and msnbc contributor e.j. dionne and columnist and reporter of call to action, kate childs-graham. good morning. >> good to be with you. >> when president obama was at the vatican in 2009, pope handed him a document. are you thinking this is going to be a different kind of meeting? >> you know, when you go back to that meeting, i believe the pope also handed him his economic document and on economics, benedict was to the left of president obama, much more critical of capitalism, and i think once again, i think francis's critique of the workings of the economic system are far more radical than anything president obama would be willing to say. i think it's worth remembering that barack obama's first s
dismissed 400 priests between 2011 and 2012 for abusing children. it is a dramatic increase pope francis called the crimes the shame of the church. for more on the vatican's response we'll joined by michael welsh, a papal historian. why do you think these numbers seemed to spike in 2011 an and 2012. what is the reason for those rise. >> well, i have no idea, and the vatican has no idea. they don't know why it has spiked. i hope spiked is the word. i hope this is the largest number, but the likelihood is that it will go down from now on. but we have to be careful with these figures. i think it's 384 to be precise, priests have returned to the lay status or defrocked as the term is, some did so voluntarily. the va vatican has to give permission for this to happen, half were dismissed by the vatican from their posts. >> you say defrocked. for those who are not catholic, that means losing your job. once defrocked, does it mean there could be legal implications. could action could be taken once they're defrocked. >> no, the church has no jurisdiction in the civil courts and what may be consid
. >> it seems surprising a love affair in france will make headlines. francis hollande's alleged relationship with a younger actress has people wondering who exactly is the first lady of france. >> francis hollande wanted to use the news conference to relaunch his presidency, to lay out decisions for reviving the french economy and reclaim france's place on the world stage. at least that was the plan. >> translation: if france wishes to maintain its influence in the world, if it wants to carry weight in europe and keep control of its destiny, it must find some economic strength. >> above all, the president didn't want this news conference to be about his personal life. that was the subject of the very first question he had to answer. >> translation: everyone in his private life goes through difficult times. that's our case. there are painful moments. i have one principle, and that is private business is dealt with privately. it is neither the time nor the moment to do so. >> there has been speculation in the media about how questions on his personal life will be deflected. it's been suggeste
. pope francis wants openness, and a new transparency even on this toxic issue. he set up a new committee of his own to look into it. thursday's appearance been the un is overdue, the extent to which they engage seriously with the un will be a test of francis's papacy and whether he can deliver on theish of sexual ause. a new report details how widespread the abuse has been. the authors have little optimism the church will change its approach. >> we have traced back all of the promises they made versus what actually happened, and there have been many promiseings in the past, but very little has happened quickly. and everything that has happened has happened in complete secrecy. >> reporter: in 2012 the un asked the vatican to respond to child abuse allegations. many questions remain unanswered. >> if the institution acknowledges its many failings, then i like many who suffered at its hands, i think will, as you say have some form of closure and some means of perhaps moving on. >> the vatican is coming to geneva because it signed the un's convention on the rights of the child. it's action
allege affair being front page new, french president francis hollande says it's business as usual. he visited his official partner since taken to hospital when the controversy started. francis hollande addresses the diplomatic core in paris. it's part of the president's annual round of new year greetings. he focuses on his foreign policy aims. >> translation: france's first and constant principal of peace. we seek solutions through dialogue. we act always in the context of an international mandate. >> while the president talks about foreign affairs, allegations about his personnel affair continue. the gossip magga zeep that broke the new -- magazine that broke the news published more revelations. she's on several other front covers. this story interests french journalists more than the public. opinion polls suggest people have not materially changing their opinion. his pop awe -- popularity was low to begin with. >> then he can do whatever he wants. >> doesn't matter what he's doing with all the girls. he's not the first to do that. >> he's a public man. it's nonsense. it matters to
francis has taken the world by surprise and taking the post as the head of the catholic church now and people also think he performed an exorcism. that story coming up. >>> the national security agency won't be saving records on your calls or e-mails. the president made that clear yesterday. wikileaks founder julian assange ridiculed the president's proposals as quote, embarrassing. our national correspondent joins us from washington with the latest reaction with the reformed proposals. >> these are supposed to reassure americans are worried about potential privacy concerns and while there will be some added safeguards, that controversial bulk data collection program is sticking around. the nsa reforms are meant to reassure. >> the united states is not spying on ordinary people who don't threaten our national security. >> because there are people who do, the president says the surveillance program needs to stick around. >> these efforts have prevented multiple attacks an saveded innocent lives. >> but to answer those weary of potential privacy abuses, the president proposed changin
evidence he is not your traditional pope. the unusual items pope francis is auctioning uncle go one,two,one,two,one [uncle]thistwo,one.cotch,okay? [niece]okay! [uncle]okay? [niece]one,two three,four,five,six,seven,eight! [uncle laughing] okay,we go the other way,okay? [niece]one,two,three,four,five, six,seven! [uncle laughs]there's ten spaces,you want to try again? [uncle]yeah? >>> a 15-year-old san jose teen is headed to the olympics, seen here gracefully stating last year came in second at the senior nationals in boston. that puts the sophmore on the olympic team. she was this san jose yesterday where she skates and admitted other skaters are older and more experienced but she is not intimidated. >> i have been skating for a very long time, for 13 years so for all of that leading up to this olympic trial is for me to skate well and to be named to the team is outstanding. >> she practices since day as week before and after school. she, her mom and coach take off for sochi if a few westbounds and a lot of foes are wish her good luck. >> she has been indicating for 80 percent of her
is overdue, the extent to which they engage seriously with the un will be a test of francis's papacy and whether he can deliver on the issue of sexual abuse and allegations of cover up. a new report details how widespread the abuse has been. the authors have little optimism the church will change its approach. >> we have traced back over the last two decades all of the promises they made versus what actually happened. and there have been promises in the past, but very little has happened concretely. and everything that has happened happened in complete secrecy. >> reporter: the un asked the vatican to respond to questions about child abuse and what has been done about it. >> in the institution acknowledges its many failings then i like many who suffered at its hands will, as you say, have some form of closure and some means of moving on. >> reporter: the vatican is coming to geneva because it signed the un's treaty on the rights of the child. this is a good opportunity for the church and for pope francis to finally signal they are going to do something about it. simon mcgregor-wood a
has a new pope. he's popular, and he has made big promises. pope francis wants openness and transparency even on this toxic issue. he set up a committee, and the extent they deal with the u.n. will be if he can deliver on the sexual abuse and allegations of cover up. reports talk about how widespread the abuse has been. >> we traced back over the last sort of two decades all the promises that they made versus what actually happened. and there have been many promises in the past with very little has happened concretely, and everything that has allegedly happened has happened in complete secrecy. >> in 2012 the u.s. asked the vatican to respond to questions about child abuse and what it's doing about it. many questions remain unanswered. >> if the institution acknowledges it's many failings, then i like many others who have suffered at priests hands will have some form of closure and some means of perhaps moving on. >> the vatican is coming to geneva. it says it takes its treaty obligations very seriously although it's action and inaction against child because might sugges
have been stolen. >> the vatican has a new pope. he's popular and made big promises. pope francis wants openness and transparency. he set up a committee of his own. thursday's appearance before the u.n. is overdue. the extent to which they engage seriously with the u.n. will be a test of francis's papacy and whether he can deliver on the issue of sexual abuse and the allegations of cover up. the authors have little optimism that the church will change its approach. >> we traced back or the last two decades all the promises made versus what happened. there has been many promises. very little happened concretely. everything that has happened happened in secrecy. >> in 2012 the u.n. asked the vatican to respond to questions about child abuse and what it is doing about it. many questions remain unanswered. >> if the institution acknowledges its many failings, then i, like many other people who suffered at his hands, i think, will, as you say, have a form of closure and some means of moving on. >> the vatican is coming to geneva because it signed the u.n.'s convention on the rights of the ch
and the vatican don't do that. >> people like pope francis. but will he get anything done? will he change the climate? >> if you talk to the people from snap and other people who say they have been abused by priests in their lifetime, they say they welcome the pope. he is a breath of fresh air, so they welcome that, and they like him. but regarding the interest they have, i.e., child abuse within the church, they said he has done some tinkering around the edges, but at the end of the day he has done nothing to protect children or get rid of priests or bishops who have been found guilty in some sayses and still operating within the church. >> when you look at what he has done in the issue of child abuse, you come to the conclusion he is just like the other ones. he hasn't required any bishop resign for hiding pedophiles. i don't think francis has done much in changing the tone on -- or -- or changing the dialogue on child sexual abuse. he hasn't made any children safer or removed any bishops or priests, and that's sad for me. i'm sorry to say. >> the conference of catholic bishops say ther
monte francis in san francisco with some unusual plans, but first out to mindy from comcast sports net. she is in seattle, of course. hello, mindy. >> yes, the team is winding down its final preparations. they went through their final walk through. they held it at a convention center instead of here. they wanted to make sure the final details remained private and they will have some final team meetings tonight, then it's up to each player to get the rest he needs and get into that mental state. >> you know, get you to the super bowl, obviously, but i think you know, for the most part, how we've gone in every game in the years past, we try to be as -- as possible in how we do things. we're not going to get all caught up. this game this and that, we all know. so, it was nothing that needs to be said or a special meeting or anything and everybody's focused. >> the same as every other week. treating it like another game. loose, focused, upbeat. you can call it what you want, we're doing what we have to try to win this game. i think the biggest thing, you have to realize it's another fo
. and folks, the pope's latest assault on our traditional values is outrage us. >> pope francis encouraged mothers to breast-feed their babies in the sistine chapel yesterday during a baptism ceremony, a down to earth pontiff said if they are hungry, then feed them. don't think twice. >> stephen: how dare, how dare, i clap when i'm angry too. how dare the pope encourage just to whip them out in public. the catholic church spent the past 2,000 years making us feel shame about our bobbies that is correct is why a shower in a bathing suit while wearing one of those dog cones, okay? (laughter) the shower is over when i start to drown. (laughter) plus encouraging women to breast-feed violates the central tennette of catholicism there is no snacking in church. if that kids a wlau to cow down at his personal dairy queen i should be allowed to bring in a plate of buffalo wings, all right? you want to put some-- you want to put some-- in the pews fill up the bap 'tis mall fonts with blue cheese and put the game up on the alter. the point is someone needs to top this hippie-- hippie before he starts
. >> reporter: the vatican has a new pope. he's popular, and he's made big promises. pope francis wants openness and a new transparency even on this toxic issue. he set up a new committee of his own to look into it. thursday's appearance by his emissaries before the u.n. is overdue. the extent to which they engage seriously with the u.n. will be a test of francis' papacy, and of whether he can deliver on the issue of sexual abuse and the allegations of cover up. a new report details how widespread the accuse has been. the authors have little optimism the church will change its approach. >> we traced back over the sort of last two decades all the promises that they made versus what actually happened. and there have been many promises in the past, with very little that has happened concretely and everything that has allegedly happened has happened in complete secrecy. >> reporter: the u.n. is asking for answers. >> if the church acknowledges it's many failings, then i like many others will, as you say, will have some form of closure and some means of perhaps moving on. >> reporter: the vatican is
big promises, pope francis wants openness even on this toxic issue. he set up a committee of his own. the extent to which they engaged seriously with the u.n. will be a test of francis's papacy, and on whether he can deliver on the issue of sexual abuse and the allegations of cover up. a new report details how widespread the abuse will be. >> we have sort of traced back over the last sort of two decades all the promises that they made versus what happened. there has been many promise in the past, but very little happens concretely. everything that happened happened in secrecy. >> in 2012 the u.n. asked the vatican to respond to questions about child abuse and what it's doing about it. many questions remain unanswered. if the institution acknowledges many failings, then i, like many others who suffered at his hands will have, like you say, have a form of closure and means to move on. >> the vatican says it takes its treaty obligations seriously, although its action or inaction over child abuse might suggest otherwise. this is a good opportunity for the church or pope pope francis to s
was adoption. pope francis indicated his support for the march. he sent prayers to the marchers and asked god help us respect all life, especially live of the most vulnerable. up, recommending changes to ease long lines at the polls during the national election. >> after voters endured liaoning lines in the last election, a commission has come up with recommendations to reduce the wait time. the commission on election administration gave its recommendations to the president today. among the suggestions, expand early voting, expand online voting and registration, and use more schools as polling places. enforcing these ideas will be difficult since no federal commission can force changes to validate. appeared on the verge of can training -- any control on the state senate. the seat mark haring gave up when he became attorney general. if a democrat survives, they will take control of the bridge in a state senate. -- the congressman says he will seek reelection to the house of representatives. he had been considering a run for governor for several months. if he had decided to run he will have gel
at large as a college student fightses to for his life. >>> is pope francis about to lighten up on reforms for the catholic church. >>> the glowing halo effect of the sun dog. it is tuesday, january 21st. "early today" starts right now. >>> and good morning to you. i'm richard lui. we begin with a widening terror threat ahead of the olympic games in sochi. the search is on right now for as many as four so-called black widows. female suicide bombers that may be assigned to carry out attacks at the olympics. and two male suspects possibly planning attacks somewhere in southern russia. you see their pictures there. u.s. commanders in the area are preparing to help the russians with their security preparations if requested. u.s. air and naval assistance including two naval ships in the black sea will be available if evacuations are necessary. nbc's chief foreign correspondent richard engel has more. >> reporter: at the sochi airport, travelers were closely watched as russian security forces search for as many as four women suspected suicide bombers who may be planning an attack on the olympics
is taken to st. francis hospital where is the target but he was is there the day before for the same exact reason. the man has also considered a frequent flier he is still wearing his wristband issued by st. francis hospital the day before. apparently he checked myself out for a made a condition that paramedic never heard of. systematic seizures. but now he wants to go back to you see as f parnassus' more than three and a half miles away despite the fact is st. francis hospital is three blocks away. paramount cannot just look the other blocks away. paramount cannot just look the other way with they get ♪ i ♪ shining, shimmering, splendid ♪ ♪ tell me, princess, now when did ♪ ♪ you last let your heart decide ♪ ♪ a whole new world welcome to aulani. it's hawaii with a touch of disney magic. ♪ let me share this ♪ whole new world with you check it out. learning's fun now. yeah, back in our day, we didn't have u-verse high speed internet to play and learn online. all we had was that franklin fuzzypants. ah, the educational toy bear. remember when the battery went out? [ slo
in non-closed funds. a ceo will be with me. puttinge auction house up pope francis's harley davidson. ♪ >> welcome back. venture capital fundraising is done, the fund closes and invest from there. our next guest is creating a different choice for would be investors. here rightng partner now, you are gathering information. the idea is to eventually build a platform. >> correct. we are tracking deals from operating companies in private operating funds. >> you have been looking at all of these. >> we're seeing a lot of deals. we have tracked 700 companies that have announced transactions. past probably in the couple of weeks, about half of that in terms of investment funds have launched a fundraising campaign. >> can you tell us about the new crowd funding and private placement rules? a lot of people conflate that. you're not really talking about this. >> that is right. it is really in the marketing of deals on the internet. whatever type of deal, crowd that.g will be a part of we are primarily in the crediting market. transactions. >> how do you account for the fact that people tell
. >> the vatican has a new pope. he's popular and he has made big promises. pope francis wants openness and a new transparency even on this toxic issue. he set up a new committee of his own to look into it. first his appearance before the u.n. is overdue. the extent in which they engage seriously with the u.n. will be a test of francis' papacy and if he can deliver on the allegations of sexual abuse and cloud cover up. report on how widespread the abuse has been. and there is little op optimismn the approach. >> we trace back on the promises made versus what actually happened, and there have been promises in the past, and very little has happened concretely, and everything that happened has happened in complete secrecy. >> reporter: in 201 2020 the van was asked about child abuse and what it was doing about it. many questions have remained unanswered. >> if the church acknowledge it's failings, then many like i who have suffered at these hands, will have some form of closure and some means of perhaps moving on. >> reporter: the vatican is coming to geneva because it signed on the u.n. convention
promises, pope francis wants openness and a new transparency on this toxic issue. he set up a new committee of his own to look into it. thursday's appearance is overdue. the extent to which they engage with the u.n. will be a test of france sis's papacy and whether he can deliver on the issue of sexual abuse and cover up. >> a new report details how widespread it has been. the authors have little optimism that the church will change its approach. >> we traced back over the last two decades all the promises that have been made and what happened. there have been many promises in the past. everything that has happened happened in se cesse. >> in do 12 the u.n. asked the vatican to respond to questions about child abuse and what assist doing about it. many questions are unanswered. >> if the institution acknowledges failings, i, like many others and suffered at its hand will have some form of closure and some means of moving on. >> the u.n. committee meeting with the holie seer is under way. simon mcgregor-wood has been covering the story. >> it's the first time since 1994 that the diplomatic p
can hear the music. >> veronica pedrosa in a city myered with protests. >> french president francis hollande refused to answer questions about his private life. he hoped to use a news conference to talk about his economic plans. it didn't happen like that. we have this report from paris. >> francis hollande wanted to use the news conference to relaunch his presidency, lay out his vision for reviving the french economy and reclaiming france's place on the world stage. that was the plan. >> translation: if plant wants to keep control its destiny and have weight in europe it must find economic strength. >> the president didn't want this mrches to be about his personal life. >> translation: everyone has difficult moments in life i have one principal, that private business is dealt with privately. it is neither the time nor the moment to do so. >> there has been a lot of speculation in the media about how the president would deflect questions on his personal life. >> opinion poles believe it has not this much effect on his popularity, which was already low. >> this is a president on the
of francis's papacy, and whether he can deliver on the issue of sexual abuse and the allegations of cover up. a new report details how widespread the abuse has been. the authors have little optimism the church will change its report. >> we have traced back over the last two decades, all of the promises they made versus what actually happened. and there have been promises in the past. and everything that happened has happened in complete secrecy. >> in 2012, the un asked the vatican to respond to questions about child abuse and what it is doing about it. many questions remain unanswered. >> if the institution acknowledges its many failings, then i like many other people who suffered at its hands, i think will, as you say have some form of closure and some means of perhaps moving on. >> reporter: the vatican is coming to geneva because it signed the un's convention on the rights of the child, and it says its takes its treaty obligations very seriously, although its action or inaction might suggest otherwise. this is a good opportunity for the church and for pope francis to finally signal they
press pope francis has been getting, an old problem for the church is once been putting pressure on it and testing the pontiff in other ways. likely to be a tough showdown, the u.n. committee forced the old body to force the sexual allegations of the priests and what the church did to respond to it. gathered reports from the united states ireland, philippines some of the countries where abuse of children by clergy last been documented. u.n.'s convention on the right of the child in geneva. joining us michael de antonio, his latest book, mortal since, chronicles the church's sexual scandal. there last been an awful lot of change around pope francis and the changes he is bringing to the church. do you on what you have seen and reported on have a sense of how much the pope will change the transparency about these cases? >> well, inone really can say right now. he hasn't taken any definitive action in his nearly full year as pope. but i think that around the world, there is a bit more hope than there ever has been. this scandal's gone on for at least 30 years. and shocking as that ca
. there was a great deal of optimism mainly because of pope francis and the good mood music he has been setting in the opening months. but i think the majority of people both in the un committee that were listening to the vatican, and the interested parties, the victims and survivors themselves, it was a disappointing day. for many this was a chance for the vatican to display a new attitude. the session opened with a statement from the vatican delegation. >> the results of the combined action taken by local churches and by the holy seat presents a framework that when properly applied will help eliminate the occurrence ofchild sexual abuse by clergy and other church personnel. >> reporter: an attempt to reassure but it didn't convince many. >> translator: what is the holy seat doing with regard to article 39 of our convention which refers to repairations financial and psychological to victims? despite the extensive protests, what steps have been taken with regard to sanctions and punishments for clerics who have engaged in inappropriate conduct. >> reporter: most wanted to know more about what w
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on how the media is using pope francis and john stossel tries to buy a handgun. >> supreme court says i have a right to carry one of these. >>> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ ♪ >>> hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. what you absolutely have to know about your government. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. new stats on obamacare are in. once again, younger americans not buying into the program. that means there will be a huge deficit in the mandatory healthcare law. right now about $48 billion a year allocated for obamacare. also the feds get 3% of every healthcare policy sold and that could bring in hundreds of billions. but, it still might not be enough. now, why should you you care? the main danger facing all americans is not al qaeda but it's the treasury department. right now the federal debt, how much we owe as a nation 17,300,000,000,000; 17 trillion. since president obama took office five years ago the debt has increased 63% in 2014 alone, at least $560 billion will be added to the d
, pedophiles, and i don't think that francis has done much in changing the tone or the dialogue on child sexual abuse. he hasn't made any children safer, or removed any bishops or any priests. and that's sad for me, i'm sad to say. >> he went to him. he spent $2.5 billion on compensation and lawyers, and this has been going on for a decade, but you're absolutely watching it. to washington now, president obama meeting the titans of academic use today, and four atg into college, and then succeeded when they get there. price for colleges. during the obama administration, the price of college has skyrocketed, 19%, and the cost of public institutions has gone up over 20%. a child born in the lower one fifth of the population has only a 5% of making the top income strata in this country. so the obama administration today is going to gather some 100 the eisenhower office building will be first lady, meshell obama. >> mike, the president might want to talk about education, but the controversy about the nsa isn't going to end any time soon. >> all indications are that the president is going to be kicki
ensured the panel that the issue is a priority pope francis told a senior official that the due proceedi proceedings feel guilty since march. >> coming up, actor author activist and social media s sensation talk about their newest project. stick around. ♪ humans -- even when we cross our "t's" and dot our "i's," we still run into problems. that's why liberty mutual insurance offers accident forgiveness with our auto policies. if you qualify, your rates won't go up due to your first accident. because making mistakes is only human, and so are we. we also offer new car replacement, so if you total your new car, we give you the money for a new one. call liberty mutual insurance at... and ask us all about our auto features, like guaranteed repairs, where if you get into an accident and use one of our certified repair shops, your repairs are guaranteed for life. so call... to talk with an insurance expert about everything that comes standard with our base auto policy. and if you switch, you could save up to $423. liberty mutual insurance. responsibility. what's your policy? ♪ ♪ so you c
by unscrupulous companies. in italy...a crack down at the vatican bank. pope francis is reforming the vatican's financial insitution, firing four out of the five cardinals who served as commissioners.the bank has accused of money laundering -- however denies any wrongdoing. four replacement cardinals have been named by pope francis. the commission is responible for monitoring the bank's operations and charitable giving. 30 amazon workers in delaware voted to join a union.it establishes the first u.s. union shop at an amazon facility. the company says it recognizes the individual rights of its workers. amazon currently is involved in an battle with a group of workers in germany who have organized strikes and protests over wages. the "year of action" continues. just two weeks before the state of the union address, president obama is crossing another goal off his list.he revealed new funding for the first of three new manufacturing innovation facilities in north carolina yesterday. where i can act on my own without congress, i'm going to do so. and today i'm here to act, to help make raleigh, d
magnate steve wynn, was the anonymous buyer who paid a record $142 million for francis bacon's three studies of freud. 14 2 million. >>> clayton kershaw has just signed the deal of the century, i will say. it made him baseball's first player earning an average salary of 30 million cool a year. in total, $215 million, seven-year deal to pitch once every five or six days. five or six days. >>> sports, got more of it, up next. >>> so hot in the australian open, the players are all but melting in the sweltering down under. what is that she's holding? the recent increase in cafeteria prices is not cool. when you vote for flo, we'll have discounts. ice-cream discounts. multi-cookie discounts. pizza loyalty discounts! [ kids chanting "flo!" ] i also have some great ideas on car insurance. [ silence ] finding you discounts since back in the day. call or click today. i like her. [ male announcer ] campbell's homestyle soup with farm grown veggies. just like yours. huh. [ male announcer ] and roasted white meat chicken. just like yours. [ male announcer ] you'll think it's homemade. i love thi
. states and france is not smoking days you don't even what francis always said if you sit on the beach located in the mandates that have been defiant european policy that the principles of. its agricultural policy and francis cultural exception must be. they complied with it was the secret is to be successful then write to the body into a show remained determined to give a shout out is that it's been a bit of stock. opening the market non tariff barrier is being abolished. encouraging saved all of his office he was worried that the world economy but the muscles a little wisdom with it and must be protected a roast in a money tree you feel because what is being picked up the assets to increase competitiveness school or get an office in seventh to donate it. on the same time to monday. the win. gore says second movement of capital cities the woods yet completely and i liked it when you stop says. all of those sacrifices and those investments. this is what possibly win a gold block the two of the issue of reforming the edmonton international that will monitor says he didn't have the same
into effect at midnight tonight. monte francis joins us and this is the same area that had another hay juror fire a few weeks ago. >> raj, that's right. this fire burned for about four hours this morning and there is a smoky haze in the air. the fire department is still here on the scene working on hot spots and pg and e is working on power lines. this is the third industrial fire in the area in recent months and that's raising questions and concerns for people who live nearby. the fire started just before 6:00 this morning ripping through a machine shop and spreading to three nearby buildings including an apartment building. 17 were displaced. a firefighter injured one hand in today's fire. nobody else was hurt. it took more than 100 firefighters four and a half hours to get the flames under control. a huge plume of smoke slowed traffic and made it hard to believe. the office of emergency services issued an alert warning people in the immediate area to keep windows closed and avoid going outside. >> it's just safer to stay indoors, but it has not reached the level of an alert where everyone
francis, who's in san francisco with more on muni. hello, monte. >> reporter: good evening. i just spoke with paul rose, the spokesman for the mta. they say they've done this for a few years and for good reason. he says in the past, celebrating fans have climbed on top of street cars and gotten very close to those overhead wires which are charged with electricity, so there is an obvious public safety concern. so, muni is going to de-energize the wires and take its historic street cars on the "f" market line out of service all day tomorrow. buses will run down market street instead. the same thing is being done on part of the line along judah streets and sunset, where fans have also been known to gather and also climb on top of light rail vehicles. also, the iconic cable car lines will be mostly out of service starting tomorrow afternoon. the california line stops at 2:00 p.m., and apollo hyde and apollo mason cable car lines will run only between fisherman's dwarf and chinatown starting at 4:00 p.m. >> you know, if the celebrations do get out of hand, we can either reroute around those c
sportsnet up in qseattle, but first let's go to nbc bay area's monte francis. he's in san francisco and the city is not takingÑi any chance tonight, monte. >> reporter: good evening.q u$a. muni is getting ready f/%y tomorrow by makin'( some chang toe1 its service. now, in the past celebrating fans have been known to climb on top of street cars and get very close to these overhead wires which are charged with electricity. gency is taking some of its street cars and alsoi] its cable cars outñr of service. the historic street cars on the f market line will not run tomorrow sook the overhead wire that power them can be turned off. also thet( iconic cable car lin starting tomorrow afternoon. safety is a concern,xdt( but sop vandalism, like w9u went crazyçói] after the 2012 w series, damaging buses and even setting ones7 on fire. muni's spokesman says they're expecting rowdy 49ers fans ok tomorrow, win or lose. >> over the last few yearsáe've and what we're trying to do is to make sure that we're all being as safe as possible. "u to pack bars across the bay area, but at danny coy
the game. nbc bay area's monte francis joins us from the mission district to take a look at making sure the fans stay best. >> reporter: preparing for the worst. they are adding at what they call a substantial number of extra overs tonight and those officers will be concentrated in areas like this. where people gather to call these games. officers will be prepared with crowd control or riot gear in event that the celebrations get out of hand and there's certainly hundreds if not thousands of people watching the game. recently vandalism has become the norm of the mission after big sporting events last year after the super bowl. police were out in force dispersing the crowd and part of mission street was shut down and today muni is taking steps to prevent actions for rowdy fans. every cable car line has been shut down or limited. the agency has also replaced the street cars with buses so the overhead wires can be turned of course, and that's because fans have been known to climb on tap of the street cars and light rail vehicles getting too close to those wires. so everyone appears to be r
's michael francis joins us from the mission district where it sound like it's pretty loud. what's going on right now. >> reporter: it's getting a little bit loud right here, but police are adding what they call a substantial number of officers tonight, and they are concentrating those officers in places like this, like the mission district where the people typically come to gather to watch these games. right now certainly there are hundreds if not thousand of people in the mission and all over this city inside bars watching the game, and the concern is what will happen once the game is over, and all of those people filter out into the streets. officers are expected to be prepared with crowd control or riot gear in the event that the celebrations get out of hands. recently vandalism has become the norm in the mission after a big sporting event. last year after the super bowl police were out in force dispersing the crowds and making arrests. traffic officers even shut down parts of mission street to prevent cruising after last year's super bowl. today muni has taken steps to prevent accid
, but perhaps because of the loss, it has been a relatively quiet night so far in san francisco. monty francis is live in the mission district with the fans' reaction. >> reporter: police were hoping for the best and prepared for the worst. they got what they were hoping for. the party just fizzled out and so did the crowds once the game was over. >> niners, baby, yeah! >> reporter: it started with a roar and ended with a womhim pe. thousands of niners fans poured out of the bars and just went home. >> it's great cheering them on this far. >> i'm horrified. i'm shocked. the 49ers have let us down this year because we are on the quest for six. >> reporter: police were out in big numbers in the mission district tonight much like they were last year after 49ers' super bowl loss to the ravens. not far from the mission in lower haight, there was a lot of celebrating, but no problems >> let's go, baby. >> reporter: happy their team is headed for the super bowl, but for the niners' faithful, there's no loss of home pride. >> we're strong. we'll come back, and we'll win. >> reporter: and san francisco
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francis is next. melissa: yelp under fire. if you use the sight to choose or rate services beware. a growing number of small businesses say it is all a scam and a shakedown. you're going to hear why first-hand right now. because even when they say it's not it is always about money. melissa: if you're a business owner, or you ever used yelp to find or rate a business, then tough hear about this one. forget the fake reviews. it is what yelp supposedly doing with the real one that is is making a lot of people mad. companies are seeing legitimate good reviews disappear and they say it is costing them business and cleaning service owner lakeisha alton says when she confronted yelp about the problem, she told her paying them could be the solution. she joins us now along with social media expert ryan ames and harvard business professor, michael luca who coauthored a study on yelp services. lakeisha, i want to get your story out there which is one we heard from folks out there. if you search your service on yelp and comes up, and looks like no reviews and no stars that no one bothered to
going to make a difference on the ground? >> let's talk about the pope. pope francis very popular for many different things. there is some criticism of his handling of sex child abuse cases. for example, you had november the vatican refusing to give the u.n. any details about its own investigations into those alleged sexual abuse cases of children. and you've got these reports this month saying the vatican refused an extradition request from poland for an archbishop being accused. is he any different this pope from his predecessors? >> francis clearly profiles as a performer on many fronts and he says he wants to be a reformer on this sex abuse issue as well. he tightened laws in july. he's created a new commission to promote best practices on detecting and preventing abuse. there was a news flash out of today's hearing. it was that one of the vatican officials confirmed that in the case of po lish archbishop you mentioned, the papal democrat -- not in the position of defracking him but also subjecting him to a criminal procedure that could end up with him spending time behind bar
you. appreciate it. exorcism, you think of the movie, right? pope francis is getting a lot of attention over this video which some say show him performing an exorcism. the vatican has denied it. one thing is true, more practitioners are speaking about t. frederick pleiken has more on the mysterious ritual. >> can you hear me? >> reporter: this is the image people have of exorcism. exorcism is very much a reality. people wait outside this church all night in the italian village. people like the filmmaker lorenzo. >> reporter: someone put a curse on me. things started going badly. then he shows me items he brought for blessing. candles, water, and even clothes to keep evil spirits away. people who believe they're possessed come from all over italy to see this man, don luigi arapallo. >> reporter: the pope is very open to exorcism, he says. last year they felt that this showed the pope conducting an exorcism. the vatican strongly denied it. it said the pope was conveying blessings, but some think pope francis is putting more emphasis on exorcism after the pontiff mentioned the
you eric. >> francis 0 please. good afternoon. >> good morning and happy new year to all of you. my strengthens working inform the department of defense was in infrastructure. so i hear this long budget description and i would like to notify each and everyone of you who care for this city to go back to the regular act and to see at that time, what was destined in water and power for san francisco. as as opposed to what triefrd in the decade. the big businesses that have money they will and your commissioners, if you all have any standards, be ethics, morals you all know that sometimes you can't say much because of politics. now realistically speaking how many million dollars of globulins of clean water of hetch hetchy a leaks into our ground. we need to have the technology to monitor our pipes to get realtime results to find out about how many millions of gallons of clean water leaks into our ground and effects our watershed. now having said that, that we don't know how many people work for puc maybe 2 thousand plus that just like the
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sex abuse by priests and inadequate response from church officials. pope francis has said dealing with abuse is vital for the church's credibility, the members of the holy see cap diplomatic entity beans as the cases of the responsibility of the country's where the abuse takes place. more on that story. has promised to tackle child sex abuse within the catholic church had on. now the vatican is gearing up for a grilling. for the first time, answering to the u.n. committee on the rights of the child. the holy see delegation is in geneva to defend itself against allegations the church enable the rate of thousands of children by protecting pedophile priests. news that was welcomed by abuse victims. >> i think it is time for the church to stop this secrecy. the church puts its reputation before the victims, the pain of the abuse that we carry. that is why was so excited when i heard about this final meeting between the vatican are presented its and the u.n. >> a vatican spokesman said the church sex abuse crimes committed around the world must be dealt with by authorities in individua
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